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Environmental Protection Agency

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Delaware is joining more than two dozen states, counties and cities battling the Environmental Protection Agency over emissions.

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Health advocates warn a Trump administration plan allowing states to decide on their own how much coal pollution to cut could cost Delaware money and lives.


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Sen. Tom Carper (D-Delaware) cheered Thursday's resignation of Environmental Protection Agency’s Administrator Scott Pruitt.


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Sen. Tom Carper said a recent EPA internal report undermines Administrator Scott Pruitt’s justifications for 24/7 security protections.


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Delaware plans to take the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to court over pollution drifting into the First State from some of its neighbors.

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Sen. Tom Carper continues to push back against what he sees as the Trump Administration’s effort to tear down the Environmental Protection Agency.


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A polluted groundwater site in Newark could receive funding for clean-up from the Environmental Protection Agency.

 

 

City and state officials aren’t sure how the Newark South Groundwater Plume Site got contaminated. They’re hoping funding from the EPA could help them look into it.